07 Jun

How Physiotherapists Help Sports Energy

Tri-tip ribeye shoulder sirloin pork chop t-bone. Venison ground round pork chop venison strip steak jowl rump biltong. Tenderloin filet mignon turducken shank cow. Ball tip cow capicola hamburger tenderloin, biltong jerky chuck turducken kielbasa corned beef.

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08 Apr

CDC Opiate Study

The duration of a prescription may give clues into how long a person ends up using a narcotic painkiller, a new study finds. The study in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report finds that when you use a narcotic painkiller for just one day, you have only a 6% chance […]

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24 Jan

Coalition To Recognize Several For ‘Healthy’ Work

Mansfield Township,  the Rossi Family, the Isshinryu Karate Academy in Washington,  Project Teach, and Dan Hirshberg of CHP Communications are among those who will be honored at the 3rd Annual Coalition For Healthy and Safe Communities Recognition Luncheon. In addition, the Coalition’s annual TEEN Summit’s high school advisors and the Oxford Central School District’s Above the Influence project will be recognized along with special guest students from […]

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17 Jan

Hidden in Plain Sight Tackles Drug Warning Signs

  Oxford Central School hosted a parent event, “Hidden in Plain Sight,” recently to explore ways that parents could become more aware of the signs that their child might be using drugs or alcohol. The presentation, which included a mock bedroom, covered signs of potential trouble as well as where assistance could be provided should […]

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10 Jan

Medication Disposal Made Easy

INSIDE WARREN Posted By: Staff January 2, 2017 In an effort to make it easier for individuals to dispose of medicine, Assemblyman John DiMaio’s office secured a large donation of Medication Disposal System bags from Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals. Many people, home-bound or facing other obstacles in disposing of their expired and unused medicine safely, will be recipients of the bags. […]

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10 Jan

Drug Free All-Stars: “Keep Your Head In The Game”

INSIDE WARREN Posted By: Mel July 28, 2016 The Warren Hills Community Coalition and the Washington Municipal Alliance recently hosted the Drug Free All-Stars, a traveling basketball team with a mission to inspire and empower youth.  The All-Stars game was held for students participating in the Washington Summer Recreation program to promote the importance of making good decisions and avoiding the use of drugs and […]

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10 Jan

Karate Academy Members Compete To Save Lives

  INSIDE WARREN Posted By: Mel October 7, 2016 “Spartans who have raced know there is an unspoken rule on the course: no Spartan left behind. This mission extends beyond the course; to not leave behind those who battle towering issues that exist in this world. This year, we are uniting to leave no fighting […]

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10 Jan

Red Ribbon Week in Warren County

INSIDE WARREN Posted By: Mel October 28, 2016 This week, Warren County schools and organizations recognized Red Ribbon Week, which runs through Oct. 31. Since its beginning in 1985, the Red Ribbon campaign has touched the lives of millions of people around the world. In response to the torture and murder of Drug Enforcement Agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena, by the Mexican drug cartel, angered parents […]

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10 Jan

Sticker Shock with a Message

Posted By: Staff December 3, 2016 Warren County Project Teach students recently kicked off “Project Sticker Shock”, a youth-led initiative to change adult attitudes about selling and providing alcohol to minors, at Warren County Discount Liquors in Washington. This public awareness project is sponsored by the Warren Hills Community Coalition, a program of the Family Guidance Center, to bring attention to the issue […]

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10 Jan

How to spot signs of drug, alcohol trouble with your kids

By lehighvalleylive.com staff The Express-Times Email the author | Follow on Twitter on January 06, 2017 at 3:39 PM, updated January 06, 2017 at 3:50 PM  The Hidden in Plain Sight program recently was presented at the Oxford Central School. This program was a cooperative effort of the OCS PTA, Oxford Municipal Alliance, the Washington […]

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03 Jan

What Parents Should Know About E-Cigarettes

E-Cigarettes 101 – centeronaddiction.org – December 2016 http://centeronaddiction.org/sites/default/files/2.1-leadimage_0.jpg BROUGHT TO YOU BY Published: December 2016 Electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes, are now the most popular form of nicotine use among middle and high school students, with an estimated 3 million students using them. There has been a 10-fold increase in the use of e-cigarettes among high […]

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